Historical records matching Louise Kathyrn (Katherine) Emery
About Louise Kathyrn (Katherine) Emery
Her name was listed as "Green" and the Green's were given on her marriage application as her parents and the Roger's in her death obituary and no mention of the Green's . Herbert Green's obit lists her as a daughter and so does Ethel's. I have he actual microfiche of Greene county marriages from 1823/4-late 1988 in my possession.
She was adopted by Herbert Lance Green and Ethel V. Morris around the age of 4- 7. After her adopted mother died her deceased sister's husband's 2nd wife produced the adoption papers for her and her sister. They were found within her adopted mother's possessions, it is assumed the sister's husband and family got the adoptive parents home or farm - unsure. Louise never realized she had been adopted and did not learn that she was adopted till sometime after 6 Jul. 1979 when her mother died - when the brother-in-laws 2nd wife found the adoption papers among Ethel's things when sorting out stuff for both Louise and her sister Ruby, who had died years before. I was told that she presented them to Louise. Her sister also adopted was
[Ruby Lee Dayhoff Ruby Lee (--) Dayhoff] was adopted at about age -7 and they were adopted daughters of [Herbert Lance Green Herbert Lance Green] & [Ethel V Morris Ethel V. Morris ]
Her son relayed several years after his mother's death that she had been adopted by Herbert L. and Ethel V. (Morris) Green.
That after her adopted mother died on 6 Jul 1979 ; her deceased sister's husband's 2nd wife produced the adoption papers for her and her sister found within her adopted mother's possessions; it is said that she delivered Louise's adoption paper's to her. Louise never realized she had been adopted and her sister probably never did know as she had died before their adopted mother. I can remember Louise's weird comment while working on the Emery side of the family and the book "At least you know who you are"
Letter of Margie Dayhoff, dated Monday, 12 Mar. 2001, Margie Dayhoff , RR #2 Box. 116, Worthington, Ind. 47471-9735. "...
I do know Herbert and Ethel Morris Green adopted Louise Green Emery and Ruby Lee Green Dayhoff because when Ethel died I found the adoption papers and gave them to Louise (Gerald Lee Emery's mother). One was 7 years. and the other 4 yrs. when they were adopted but don't know which one....Herbert Green, Ethel Morris Green...are all buried in Worthington Cemetery...Herbert L. Green son of H. T. & Lucy Green died September 30,, 1966...Ethel Morris Green died July. 6, 1979 (wife of Herbert L. Green)...."
Some time after the death of Louise's Aunt Elsie Viola (Morris) Gravemeir on 7 Feb 1989 Louis & Leonard inherited her house in Bloomfield - they sold the one in Switz City that they had bought off of Manda (Leckner) McKee's (Mrs Lowell) parents it would of been around March 28, 1964 after the death of her father and her mother came to live with her & Lowell . Until that time they lived somewhere its is believed around the Green's
The house in Switz City had no inside toilet - tho had other inside plumbing but to what extent is not known.
Leonard had become legally blind in the early 1980's and it was told that Louise would tell him when to approximately stop and when to turn left or right while driving.
Louise never learned to drive.
A Letter from Zelma Emery to her sister Pearl dated - Aug. 12th from Sunnyside Washington... Had a letter from Reba. She thought I had stayed with Effa when he (Leonard) was borned said he couldn't work any more & hadn't been able to get disability SS she wanted me to write and tell what I knew, anything I knew would help. I know they were something wrong but what? she didn't say I though may his eyes. Minnie maybe could help them some.
Also during the late 1980's Louise started be be afflicted with Alzheimer and finally was put into the Glenburn Nursing home in Linton sometime after 23 Aug. 1990. Leonard moved from Bloomfield to a small apartment in Linton. It is assumed that their home in Bloomfield had to be sold and money given to the Nursing home for Louise's care Also eventually Leonard ended up in the nursing home also.
Per Bobbie Zepeda: She claims that her grandfather Paul Rogers - found out where Louise was and would go watch her at a distance and then got where he conversed with her as a normal teenage untill found out who he really was. this is paraphrased since I forgot to copy it over out of private e-mails through GENI.
1. Herbert Lance Green-8 was born 7 Apr 1883 in Cory, Vigo, Indiana. He died 30 Sep 1966 in Linton, Greene, Indiana and was buried 3 Oct 1966 in Worthington Cemetery, Worthington, Greene, Indiana. Son of Henry Thomas Green and Lucy Ann Curry and
Herbert married (MRIN:4) Ethel V. Morris-9, daughter of Everett Morris-19 and Alice "Allie" or Sarah Campbell-20 (MRIN:9), on 10 Mar 1913 in , Greene, Indiana. Ethel was born 12 Nov 1893 in Smith twp., Greene, Indiana. She died 6 Jul 1979 in Linton, Greene, Indiana and was buried 9 Jul 1979 in Worthington Cemetery, Worthington, Greene, Indiana.
They adopted the following children:
2 F i. Louise Kathyrn Rogers-Green-2 was born 22 May 1928 in Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana. She died 14 Sep 1999 in Linton, Greene, Indiana and was buried 16 Sep 1999 in Fairview Cemetery, Linton, Greene, Indiana. Louise married (MRIN:27) Thomas Leonard Emery-1, son of Clarence Ovid Emery-4 and Effie Ellen Edington-5 (MRIN:2), on 20 Sep 1950 in Worthington, Greene, Indiana. Thomas was born 11 Nov 1924 in Lyons, Greene, Indiana. He died 14 Mar 2005 in Linton, Greene, Indiana and was buried 16 Mar 2005 in Fairview Cemetery, Linton, Greene, Indiana.
3 F ii. Ruby Lee Green-11 was born 20 Aug 1932 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana. She died 3 Jul 1960 in Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana and was buried 6 Jul 1960 in Walker Cemetery Smith twp., Greene, Indiana. Ruby married (MRIN:17) Samuel Stahl Dayhoff-12, son of Estyl Clark Dayhoff-14 and Faye G. Stahl-15 (MRIN:6). Samuel was born 6 Mar 1924 in , Greene, Indiana. Her (Ethel) mother told me her birth mother was Betty Montgomery.. I (Sam S's second wife) believe she had an Aunt in Jasonville. She died July 3, 1960 her funeral was 1 week to the day after Samuel Lee (their son ) was born, She cerebral hemorrhage nothing to do with birth I was told she is buried in Walker Cemetery close to Lincoln Christian Church between Jasonville and Worthington Greene County. Smith township.. She died at Union Hospital Terre Haute."
1. Greene County Indiana Marriage Certificates, Bk. 27 pg. 520, Clerk of Greene County Circuit and Superior Court, Greene County Courthouse, 1 W. Main St., P.O. Box 229, Bloomfield, Indiana 47424.
"Do not Publish till Wed. Sep. 1_, 1950 Application is hereby made for a Marriage License for the Marriage of * Thomas L. Emery and Kathryn Louise Green. T
- homas Lenoard Emery white, born Lyons, Indiana November 11, 1924 residence Lyons, Ind. Body shop Linton, Ind.; Father: Clarence Ovid Emery, white, Scotland, Indiana, miner, residence Lyons, Indiana.. Mother: Effie Edington, white, deceased, born Greene county Ind; first marriage.
- Kathyrn Louis Green white born Terre Haute, Ind. born May 22, 1928
- residence Worthington, Ind.
- Father: Herbert Green, white, born Terre Huate, Ind., Farmer, residence Terre Haute, Ind
- Mother: Ethel Morris, white, housewife, born Worthington, Ind..
- residence Worthington, Ind.
- first marriage.
Be it remembered that on the 8th day of September 1950 a marriage license was duly issued to Thomas Leonard Emery and Kathryn Louise Green which licenses is in words and figures following, to-wit:
State of Indiana, Greene County, ss: To any person empowered by law to solemnize marriage in said county, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to join together as husband and wife, Thomas Leonard Emery and Kathyrn Louise Green. In testimony whereof, I. Frank A. Lenning, Clerk of the court of said county herenuto subscribe my name and affix the seal of said court at Bloomfield the 8th day of September A.D. 1950 Frank A. Lenning Clerk of the Greene Circuit Court and afterwards , to-wit: on the 12th day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty returned to and filed in the office of the clerk of said court the following certificate, to-wit: State of Indiana, Greene County, ss: This certifies that Thomas Leonard Emery of Lyons, Indiana and Kathryn Louise Green of Worthington, Indiana were by me united in holy matrimony in Greene county, Indiana on the 10th day of Sept., 1950 Lloyd W. Miller. Attest: Frank A. Lenning, clerk."
1. Records of Gerald L. Emery, Letter, Mar 2001. stated the blood line would be on the Rodgers side and who they married. Green, Morris, Graviemeir was the side that adopted mom Louise former Rodgers.
2. Greene County Indiana Wills, Will Bk. 10 pg. 263-4. Item 8 - Savings Certif. in her and Gerald Lee Emery's name at Citizen National Bank not to have until 21 (1977). Guardian to be appointed. Said sum for education and general welfare supervised by Greene co. Circuit Court.
Item 7 -- Trustees of Walkers Cemetery Smith twp. $2,000.00 to be used for perpetual care and invested.
Item 6 - to Louise Emery and Gerald Lee Emery Jointly, to survivor - - not as tenants in common
- 1) In Greene co.: SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec. 16 T8 NR6W and
- 2) In Clay co. 60 acres SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec/ 33 N 1/2 SW 1/4 SW Sec 32 T9NR6.
Item 5 to Samuel Lee Dayhoff E 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec 5 T8R6W 80 a in Greene co. Item 3 & 4 Samuel Lee Dayhoff west half and Samuel Sr. and Margorie Dayhoff East half of: NW 1/4 Sec 8 T8NR6W lying north of Terre Haute Rd. and W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec/ 8 T8NR6W lying north of Terre Haute Rd. 138a Thus 69a to Samuel Sr. and Samuel Lee
Item 10 States gift of Item 3 if Samuel Lee not of 21 by her death to be managed by trust vy Samuel Dr. and docketed in Greene co. Circuit Court.. May not sell 'real property' But may sell 'personal property" and income and re-invest money as directed by court. May extend funds for education, maintenance, and general welfare of Samuel Lee. If Samuel Lee dies before 21 to be divided in to 4 equal shares to: 1) Johnson Bible College Kimberlin Heights, Tenn.; 2) Rest Haven Nursing Home - Linton; 3) Delbert Driscol; 4) Indiana Children's Christian Home Ladoga, In.
Codicil revoked Item 10 and states Samuel Lee and Samuel Dayhoff and in Event of Samuel Lee's death all to Samuel Sr. Affidavit of death states died on or About 6 Jul. 1979.
3. Worthington Times, Thursday, July 12, 1979. "Ethel V. Green, 85, Worthington, died at 7:20 p.m. Friday at Greene County General Hospital.
Mrs. Green was born in Greene county November 12, 1893, the daughter of Everett and Alice Campbell Morris. She was a member of the Lincoln Christian Church.
Her husband Herbert Green, preceded her in death on September 30, 1966.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Louise Thomas Emery of Switz City; three grandchildren; two great grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Gravemier, Bloomfield.
A daughter Ruby also preceded her in death..
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m.. Monday at the Welch and Cornett Worthington chapel with Rev. Barney
4. Greene County Indiana Wills, Bk. 8 pg. 301-2. Herbert Green Will
Microfilm poor - it seems to follow Ethel's will I
tem C states rest of estate bequeathed to Samuel Dayhoff and Louise Emery to share and share alike;
Item D If Samuel Lee Dayhoff died before aet 21 Samuel Sr.. should have Samuel Lee's share if living;
Item A Believe it matches Items 1 & 2 in Ethel's will;
Item B - matches Item 6 in Ethel's will. Affidavit of death state he died on or about 30 Sep. 1966.
8. Worthington Times, Thursday, Oct. 6 1966.
"Herbert Green Dies; Services held Sunday - -
Herbert L. Green, Smith township farmer, passed away at 8:20 am.m. Friday in the Freeman County Hospital.
Born in Vigo county on April 7, 1883, he was 83 years of age..
His parents were Henry Green and Lucy Curry Green.
He was married on March 10., 1915 to Ethel Morris. Mr. Green was a member of Lincoln Christian Church and the Redman Loge, at Coal City.
He is survived by the widow, a daughter, Mrs. Louise Emery, Switz City and two grandsons; two brothers, Fred Green, and Roy Green, both of Terre Haute.
Funeral services were held at Myers Funeral Home at 2 o'clock p.m.. Sunday with the Rev. Allen Buzzard officiating.
Burial was in the Worthington cemetery."
1. Bloomfield News (Weekly Newspaper), Vol. 123 No. 150 pg. 3, Thursday, 16 Sep. 1999.
"LOUISE K. EMERY - Louise Kathyrn Emery, 71, Linton, died Tuesday, Sept. 14, at Glenburn Home. Born May 22, 1928, in Vigo County, she was the daughter of Frank S. and Rosetta (Cash) Rodgers [Rogers). She was a homemaker and member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Thomas L. Emery; one son, Gerald Lee Emery of Indianapolis; one brother, Don Rogers of North Fort Myers, Fla. Services were 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 16, at Anderson-Poindexter Memory Chapel. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery."
I have actual obituary and RODGERS was how it was spelled - I will have to locate and scan it.
U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
- Louise Rogers Emery[Louise Emery] [Louise Rogers Rogers]
- SSN: 309384198
- Gender: Female
- Race: White
- Birth Date: 22 May 1928
- Birth Place: Terre Haute, Indiana
- Father Name: Frank S Rogers
- Mother Name: Rosetta Cass
- Death Date: 14 Sep 1999
- Type of Claim: Original SSN.
- Notes: Sep 1954: Name listed as LOUISE ROGERS EMERY; 23 Sep 1999: Name listed as LOUISE EMERY
Monroe County, Indiana, Obituary Index, 1899-2011
- Name: Louise Katherine Emery
- Publication Date: 16 Sep 1999
- Publication Place: Monroe, Indiana, United States of America
- Death Date: Abt 1999
- Age: 71
- Birth Date: abt 1928
- URL: http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/cg.
Indiana; Issue Date: 1954-1955
- Name: Louise Emery
- SSN: 309-38-4198
- Last Residence: 47441 Linton, Greene, Indiana, USA
- BORN: 22 May 1928
- Died: 14 Sep 1999
- State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1954-1955)